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From Ryan Hoegg <rho...@isisnetworks.net>
Subject [Summary] Installation error using JDK 1.4.0: libawt and libXp
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2002 18:36:00 GMT
Hello thought I would repost this with the [summary] thing in light of 
some of the recent threads

Ryan Hoegg wrote:

> MAINTAINERS: please skip to the end (before quoted) for a suggestion 
> for the FAQ or preferably the installation guide.
>
> Hello everyone, I've got it licked.
>
> First, I thank Peter Royal who realized that to run Java AWT in 
> headless mode, one must still have the X-Windows libraries installed.  
> All headless means is that one need not have X running.
>
> My best guess is that the error at 
> http://www.hoegg.net/error/cocoon-problem2.html was caused by the 
> batik-all-1.5b3.jar that came with Cocoon.  I downloaded batik-1.1.1, 
> and combined all the little jars into one big batik-all-1.1.1.jar, 
> which I hereby post on my site for anyone who needs it:
>
> http://www.hoegg.net/batik-all-1.1.1.jar
>
> I installed it in $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/cocoon/WEB-INF/lib and 
> shutdown and restarted the server.  A note for anyone putting together 
> their own jar: find the AbstractDOMImplentation.class file, its 
> filename is messed up with some random control chars on the end.  Fix 
> it and rejar.  The one I posted has this fixed.
>
> I am not subscribed to cocoon-dev or batik-dev so anyone who is please 
> relay the appropriate message :)
>
> MAINTAINERS: it may be worth a note in the installation guide that to 
> run Batik or Cocoon in headless mode on *nix one must still have the 
> X-Windows libraries installed.  I'd call this a dependency of Batik, 
> but then Batik seems to be a dependency of the default installation of 
> Cocoon.
>
> Thanks for your help (Peter) and a great piece of software (Dev Team),
> Ryan Hoegg
> ISIS Networks
>
> Ryan Hoegg wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the idea, seems obvious once someone points it out :)
>>
>> Well, although I wanted to avoid installing the X libraries as this 
>> server has no other need for them, I went ahead and did it.  Lo and 
>> behold, the error went away, and another was quick to replace it:
>>
>> http://www.hoegg.net/error/cocoon-problem2.html
>>
>
>
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